Navot Miller, Eurovision

February 2 – March 11, 2023



  • Meghann Riepenhoff at the De Young Museum

    This spring, Meghann Riepenhoff’s Littoral Drift #1315 (Manzanita Bay, WA 10.01.19, Draped on Windfall Madrone, Ship Waves) will be on view in San Francisco in Ansel Adams in Our Time. Previously shown at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, the traveling exhibition’s final stop will run from April 8 until July 23, 2023, and explores the legacy of renowned landscape photographer and environmentalist Ansel Adams. The exhibition includes a survey of Adam’s most important works, and incorporates contemporary artists whose own practices continue Adams’ mission to preserve the wilderness.

  • New Monograph by Simen Johan

    Simen Johan will release a new self-titled monograph in March of this year, published Powerhouse Books. The volume includes an introduction by Hugo Fortin, and contains key works from the artist’s series Until the Kingdom Comes. Until the Kingdom Comes explores the natural world through Johan’s signature process of combining parts taken from a multitude of images to create a single climactic scene. The resulting images are theatrical, seemingly staged depictions of animals and natural features, imbued with a human quality through sheer dramatic gravity.